Reviews and Problems with Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7
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A Fun Game, but Not Nearly as Fun as the First One.
S. Duban, Amazon
14 August 2013
Summary: LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 is the sequel to the first LEGO Harry Potter, which covers years 1-4. This game is rated E - Everyone and does not include any foul language or suggestive material. The music is excellent and the graphics are the best I've seen in a LEGO game. In LEGO Harry Potter games, you'll play as Harry Potter and a variety of other characters while traveling through the movie storyline.
Summary: If you are a fan of the Lego/Movie Tie-in video games then you have another very good title in Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7. My son (who is 9) loves the Lego series and Lego's in general. He has had all the games and they are a delight to play with him. I do have a warm spot in my heart for the original Lego Star Wars Trilogy set but have enjoyed playing all of them with him. It is a game that is easy for a child to pick up and play but still fun for an adult.
Summary: Having owned every Lego game in recent years we were excited about this game, unfortunatly they rushed it out the door for the holidays. The common glitches are using pets and item assembly. Nothing is more frustrating than trying to use a pet for a puzzle and the game will not let you unless you are standing in an exact invisible spot to release the pet.
Excerpt: ”LEGO HARRY POTTER: ANNI 5-7” [Recensione by BlackroseMikki] --- INTRODUZIONE A: -“Wingardium legosàààh!”- B: -“No Ron, Legòsa, non Legosàààh.”- (Della serie, pure se è di plastica, Hermione fa la perfettina) … Risolleviamoci un po’ dagli ultimi ...
Pros: Ottimo connubio fra HP&LEGO, meccaniche legate alle costruzioni ed alle magie ben progettate .
Cons: Alla lunga forse un filino ripetitivo, tracce audio che si ripetono spesso .